Franco Fanelli

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Copertina: Giorgio Chiarini Boddi.
The surrealism of a Milanese artist

It is well known that freedom comes at a high price, even in art, which is a microcosm that only seems to be open, tolerant, and independent. Chiarini Boddi, albeit completely of his time, instead of adapting to stylistic shortcuts, has always conducted a dialogue with new avant-gardes and trends.
Edited by: Franco Fanelli
2020, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 228pp., 88ill.
ISBN: 9788842224945
€ 28,00
Copertina: Mario Davico. 1920-2010

Mario Davico

1920-2010

The artist who was “there and not there” in the post-war history of art

Mario Davico (1920-2010) was a painter whose worth was recognised by the Italian (Art Club exhibitions, sustained presence at the Venice Biennale and the Rome Quadriennale, Awards, etc.) and international world of art (exhibitions in France and other European countries, in the US, Japan, Australia) from the late 1940s to the mid 1960s.
Edited by: Pino Mantovani
2019, Paperback, 144pp., 160ill.
ISBN: 9788842224914
€ 30,00
Copertina: Obla.
The last travelogue of a free-spirited saboteur, an instinctive de-constructor

Roberto Biscaretti di Ruffia is a mad genius, an artist who uses words and images to trap facts, feelings, anecdotes and micro-stories within an imaginary porthole. The circular form to which the title alludes is recurring: The O of Obla. O like a porthole, an opening through which the eye gains access to a real and sensitive world.
Author: Roberto Biscaretti di Ruffia
2017, Cartonato, 64pp., 50ill.
ISBN: 9788842224518
€ 18,00